Archive for Author 'Andre Blaize', only excerpts shown, click title for full entry.
by Gautam Sen
For a carmaker as conservative as Rolls-Royce this 1928 experimental car was quite the statement. But why was it necessary? Is being able to go 100 miles really that important?
by Serge Defradat
Produced between 1948 and 1990 more than 8 million of all variants of this uncompromisingly utilitarian machine were produced in France and Portugal. No matter its rickety appearance, it was a fabulous design.
par Martin Buckley
De nos jours, Maserati va de l’avant et tout indique que cela va continuer. Mais ça a rarement été le cas dans l’histoire de la marque vieille de 90 ans, à cause de nombreux dirigeants qui avaient des idées différentes et ce livre en raconte les tenants et les aboutissants.
Not your typical Bugatti book. This one looks at the overall engineering history of the firm on the occasion of its 100th anniversary.
by David Knowles
One of the quintessential British sports cars, the MGB was in production for 18 years. Today, you’ll find the cars anywhere—but books en français, not so much.
by Jacques-Louis Bertin & Arnald Millereau
“Power, Beauty and Soul” is Aston’s slogan and this book, beginning with the cars of the David Brown era, shows why this isn’t idle talk.
by James Fack
This is not a large book, this is not a glossy book, but in spite of this I reckon that it is worth a review because Atcherley was a recognized “quality coachmaker” and James Fack has written the only book that has ever been offered on the market.
by Larry Edsall
From specs to trivia, this introductory book profiles 42 important Ferraris. The photos are the main draw here.
by Yves Dubernard
In Europe, trucks and buses with a Heuliez body tag are everywhere—but they’ve done a lot more and this book brings it all together.
by Renaud Siry
The real car sold 1.5 million copies; who knows how many toy cars were sold? Today the latter sell for more than the former! This book doesn’t count but show them—all sizes, all colors, all materials.
by Michel Stéfani
Whether it’s hauling or hunting or just looking different, a “hunting car” may be just the thing you need. But unless you speak French, only the pictures will tell the story.
by Patrick Lesueur
Cars and fashion—that was the original idea behind presenting new cars to the public at a competition of elegance.